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1 week ago

Sony Xperia X, X Performance, XA, and XA Ultra now up for pre-order in the U.S.

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The Sony Xperia X series of phones will make their debut in the U.S. starting June 26, and are now up for pre-order. Unlocked editions of the Xperia X, X Performance, XA, and XA Ultra are available from Best Buy and B&H Photo.

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1 week ago

Google enables new two-step 'prompt' log-in verification from your phone

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Having two-step verification enabled on your Google account is an absolute must for keeping it safe, and today Google has enabled yet another way to verify your log-in attempts called a "Google prompt." Now sitting alongside the Google Authenticator app, text messages and security keys is the option to simply verify log-in attempts by unlocking a registered phone — the feature was announced today for paid Google Apps accounts, but has also been enabled for personal Google accounts as well.

Once enabled through the Google security settings online, you can choose to have your phone prompt you with a full-screen notice any time a Google account log-in attempt was made — you simply tap "yes" on your phone and the log-in will be completed on the computer you tried to log in on. (You can also tap "no" if this was an unauthorized attempt.) The only requirements are a data connection on the phone and the latest version of Google Play Services. It can even be used on an iPhone using the Google Search app.

The new two-step option is not unlike Google's Smart Lock feature on Chrome OS, which lets you unlock your Chromebook when your registered phone is within Bluetooth range and unlocked.

This new Google prompt two-step verification option removes the extra step of waiting for a text message to arrive or opening an app like Google Authenticator to enter a code — all you have to do is have your phone nearby and have it secured with a lock screen. It also can stand alongside the Google Authenticator (or a third-party authenticator) app, meaning you could have multiple devices that are able to handle log-ins. In other words, this just took away any excuse you could've previously had for not having two-step verification enabled on your account.

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1 week ago

When it comes to phone specs, you're interested in the whole package

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In last week's poll we asked which specs matter to you when choosing a phone. There is always plenty to consider when it comes time to pick up a new phone, and specs are no small part that. From the screen, to the processor there are tons of different pieces that you can focus on.

In first place with 50.5% of the vote is "multiple specs are important to me." With 10.7% of the vote, "processor power" came into second place. "Screen size and resolution" skidded into third place with just 10.5% of the vote.

Fourth place goes to "camera" with 10.4% of the vote. "Other" snatched up 7.5% of the vote to land in fifth place. "Manufacturer" strolled into sixth place with 5.6%. Sixth place goes to "internal storage space" with 3.8%. Last, but not least, was "I don't pay much attention to specs" grabbing up just 1.1% of the vote.

Do you agree with our poll figures? Do you prefer a phone that has multiple great specs? Be sure to leave us a comment and let us know.

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1 week ago

Do you need a mouse to use Android apps on your Chromebook?

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You don't have to use a mouse while you're running Android apps on your Chromebook, but it can make the experience better.

One of the questions that was asked at the Chromebook session that introduced Android apps for Chrome OS was "Do you need a mouse to use them?" It's also a question we've already heard from people who are getting ready for things to get out of the developer channel or for their model of Chrome OS device to get Android apps. The quick answer is "no," but the better answer is "maybe."

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1 week ago

How to add a second Google account to your Android

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How to add a second Google account to your Android

How do I add a second Google account to my Android device? This is how.

Instead of trying to keep all of your Google accounts in order on multiple devices, why not have everything on one device? Android has made it easy to add accounts, sync accounts, and remove accounts — here's how.

How to add a second Google account to your Android device

  1. Launch Settings from your Home screen, the app drawer, or the Notification Shade.
  2. Swipe up in the Settings menu to scroll down.
  3. Tap Accounts.

    Tap the Settings button. Swipe up in the Settings menu. Tap Accounts.

  4. Tap Add Account.
  5. Tap Google.
  6. Type in your email address in the provided field. You can also create a new account to be added.

    Tap Add Account. Tap Google. Type in your email address.

  7. Tap Next.
  8. Type your password.
  9. Tap Next.

    Tap Next. Type your password. Tap Next.

  10. Enter the 2-Step Verification code if you have it enabled and tap Next.
  11. Tap Accept to agree to Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
  12. Tap a billing information option.
  13. Tap Continue.

    Tap Accept. Tap a billing information option. Tap Continue.

How to remove a Google account from your Android device

  1. Swipe down from the top of the Home screen.
  2. Tap the Settings button. It looks like a gear.
  3. Swipe up in the Settings menu to scroll down.

    Swipe down. Tap the Settings button. Swipe up in the Settings menu.

  4. Tap Accounts.
  5. Tap Google.
  6. Tap the Google account you'd like to remove.

    Tap Accounts. Tap Google. Tap the Google account you'd like to remove.

  7. Tap the Menu button. It looks like three vertical dots.
  8. Tap Remove account.
  9. Tap Remove account to confirm the account removal.

    Tap the Menu button. Tap Remove account. Tap Remove account again to confirm.

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1 week ago

Starbucks offers 2-for-1 Frappuccino deal when using Android Pay

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Android Pay users in the UK are in for a treat on Tuesday June 21, thanks to a 2 for 1 Frappuccino deal at Starbucks.

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1 week ago

You can now save $100 on the Robin directly from Nextbit

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Nextbit has announced that the company will be dropping the price of the cloud-based Robin phone down to just $299 on its own site. This follows some Amazon promotions at the same price, and allows for a wider audience to take advantage of the pricing. Since not everywhere could take part in the savings, Nextbit wanted to make things better for its fans.

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1 week ago

Damn, PlayStation VR is going to crush everything

Sony's VR offering was always going to be good, and now we know just how good.

Early adopters are going to look at the PlayStation VR as the "late" entry to the VR space for this generation, but the truth is launching this headset will be the official start of high quality VR for everyone. Sony's post-E3 hype train for PlayStation VR has just started, and we took a quick look at what makes this headset special over at our new Virtual Rality-focused sister site, VRHeads. Go take a look!

Take me to the article!

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1 week ago

Where to buy the Honor 5C in the UK

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Honor 5C

Selling at £149.99 SIM-free, it's hard to find a more capable cheap Android phone than the Honor 5C

The Honor 5C, recently announced by Huawei's online-centric brand, is already available to pre-order SIM-free from a bunch of online retailers, with more expected to be joining the fray in the coming days. But if you want to get in on the action early — especially with that attractive £149.99 price point — these are your options.

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1 week ago

Best cases for Pixel C

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Best cases for Pixel C

Looking for an awesome case or sleeve for your Pixel C? We can help.

Google's Pixel C is a versatile and powerful tablet with a large, amazing display. And as such, you'll want to protect your investment by slipping it into some kind of case or sleeve. Here are the ones we like.

IVSO Ultra-Slim Pixel C Case

IVSO Pixel C Case

If you're looking for a case for your Pixel C backed by a lifetime warranty, the IVSO Ultra-Slim case may be for you.

Made with a synthetic leather exterior and a soft microfiber interior, this case is perfect for protecting your Pixel C from scratches, dust, and light drops.

It's also slim and lightweight — it won't bulk up your device — and it comes in five colors: black, blue, green, red, and white. You're sure to find one that you like.

Its magnetic closure is easy to open and close and keeps your tablet securely in place. It also has a stand so that you can prop it up to watch videos or, if you purchased the keyboard, type in comfort.

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Pixel C Folio Keyboard

Pixel C Folio Keyboard

OK, this technically isn't a case. It's a keyboard. OK, it's a keyboard case. It's a keyboard case that can protect your Pixel C while not in use. The case itself is made of full-grain leather. And while it's closed, the keyboard will charge itself, so you don't have to worry about it ever dying on you.

If you're also interested in getting a keyboard for your tablet, the Pixel C Folio Keyboard provides a good value.

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Amzer Universal Portfolio Case

Amzer Universal Case

The Amzer Universal Portfolio Case offers solid protection for your Pixel C.

It has protective padding that's wrapped in a vegan leather exterior and soft microfiber interior for a rich-looking style that doesn't skimp on protection. More importantly, its corners are reinforced, so your tablet is protected around its most vulnerable points.

Offering multiple positions for finding the most comfortable viewing or typing positions, this case becomes an easel so that you can watch movies or type to your heart's content without getting a crick in your neck or carpal tunnel.

If you want a vegan-friendly case that's versatile and looks amazing, this may be the case for you.

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Vostrostone KuGi Pixel C Case

Vostrostone KuGi Pixel C Case

Vostrostone's KuGi Pixel C Case is as protective as it is nice to look at.

It's made with a synthetic leather exterior and a microfiber interior, so that your Pixel C is protected from scratches inside and out. Additionally, it comes in five colors — black, blue, green, red, and white — pick the one that you like best.

The front cover folds in an Origami style so that it can double as a stand. Be aware, however, that the Pixel C keyboard will not fit in this case together with the Pixel C itself.

If you don't use the Pixel C keyboard and you want an attractive, yet protective case, the KuGi Pixel C case may be for you.

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Waterfield Designs Pixel C Sleeve Case

Waterfield Designs Pixel C Case

There are no cases for tech quite as beautiful and well-made as those by Waterfield Designs. Its iteration for the Pixel C is no exception.

Protecting your Pixel C from drops, dust, and scratches, this case is composed of neoprene padding sheathed in either ballistic nylon with perforated nylon trim or tan waxed canvas with grizzly leather trim. It can be used alone as a sleeve or placed inside another bag.

It comes with either a simple or a suspension strap and can be worn vertically or horizontally — the choice is yours.

In addition, it features an angled back pocket where you can store papers, pens, or even your phone.

If you're looking for an attractive, well-made case for your Pixel C, you can't go wrong with this one.

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ProCase Google Pixel C Sleeve Case

ProCase Pixel C Sleeve

Available in black, brown, and red, the ProCase Pixel C Sleeve is made of a synthetic leather outer and a microfiber interior. It's slim and lightweight, yet offers good protection from scratches and dust.

Fitted with a magnetic closure, you won't have to fumble around trying to open or close it, yet your tablet will remain safely inside once it's locked in. There's also an opening for the charging port, so you don't have to take your Pixel C out to charge it.

It has a back pocket, too, for storing other things, such as paper, business cards, or other tech. More importantly, it has enough space inside to fit the Pixel C Keyboard.

If you're looking for a cheaper, elegant option for protecting your Pixel C and accessories, look no further than ProCase.

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1 week ago

Google will soon help you figure out your medical symptoms

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Google is rolling out an update to its mobile search that will allow users to quickly find information about medical symptoms.

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1 week ago

How to update Android apps on your Chromebook

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Android apps on your Chromebook run inside their own container, and that means they don't update the same way your Chrome apps or extensions do — they do it the Android way.

If you've used an Android phone or tablet, updating Android apps on your Chromebook works almost exactly the same. In the Play Store app, you'll find everything that needs an update in the My Apps tab. You'll even get a notification when your installed apps have an update available in the Chrome status bar (in the right bottom corner next to your user account picture). You can open this update and click it to update everything that needs updated, or go into the store and do it manually.

If you've not used an Android phone or tablet and aren't quite familiar with how this all works, here's a little walkthrough. There are several ways to open Google Play (if it's not already sitting in your "Shelf" — that's what Chrome OS calls its taskbar).

  • In the bottom left of your screen you'll find the Launcher icon. It has a magnifying glass icon. Click it.
  • Then click the "All Apps" icon in the window that opens.
  • Click the Play store icon inside the all apps window. Alternatively, you can press the search key on your keyboard and type "Google Play" to find it.
  • At the top of the window that opens, click on the menu icon. It's the three lines on the left side of the window (also known as the hamburger menu)
  • Click the item in the menu that says My apps & games.

Any apps installed that have an update available will appear at the top of the list. To update an individual app, click its entry in the list then click the button labeled Update in the window that opens. To update all your apps at once, you can click the Update all button.

If an application was written to target an older version of Android (your Chromebook runs Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 or higher) you might see a window asking you to approve permissions when you install an update. You can choose to approve them, or decide that you don't want the update and cancel. Know that sometimes older versions of apps stop functioning if they need online services.

Is this the best way to go about things? Not necessarily. That's quite a few clicks to do what on a phone or tablet is just a tap or two beyond a notification. And in all likelihood we'll see things streamlined at some point. For now, it's what we've got.

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1 week ago

Honor 5C hands-on: Performance on a budget

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Honor 5C

Honor's latest brings solid specs and decent construction at a highly affordable price point.

The past year has seen Honor, Huawei's online-focused sub-brand, building out a range of highly focused, highly affordable handsets at various price points. The Honor 7 and Honor 5X were part of the growing trend throughout 2016 of lower-priced phones being able to go toe-to-toe with more expensive competitors in many areas. And although neither device was perfect, they were worth contenders.

Now Honor's back with a new handset aimed at the entry-level space, the Honor 5C. Unlike last year's Honor Holly, the 5C brings the fundamentals of the premium construction we've seen from other Huawei-made devices, and combines it with a new, efficient CPU, a Full HD display and a promising camera.

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1 week ago

Honor 5C is coming to Europe: 1080p display, metal body and 16nm processor for £149

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Honor 5C

Available starting this week for £149.

Honor, Huawei's online-centric sub-brand, has added a new device to its European lineup today. Like others in the Honor family, the Honor 5C brings solid specs and sharp design language to a surprisingly slow price point. It's a metal-bodied phone with Marshmallow, a 5.2-inch 1080p display and Huawei's own octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 650 processor, backed up by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. And the price? £149.99 in the UK, and €199.99 in the eurozone.

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1 week ago

Honor 5C specs

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A lot of bang for your buck.

Huawei's Honor sub-brand has taken the wraps off its latest phone for the European market, the relatively high-specced yet decidedly low-cost Honor 5C. For a quick overview of exactly what your £149 gets you, check out the full Honor 5C spec sheet down below.

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